• Trump Wants To Check Chinese Travelers' Social Media
    The Trump administration is proposing a new measure that would ask (but not require) Chinese visa holders to submit their social media profiles for review when they visit the United States.
  • Facebook Bows Job Listings, Application Tools
    Facebook is rolling out new tools that will allow employers to post open positions on its platform, and candidates to search for apply for jobs through a single seamless interface.
  • Social Media Isn't Evil, Argues Zuck
    The founder of the world's largest social media company has written a blog post arguing that social media is good, rather than bad.
  • Social Media Impersonation Exploding, With Brands In The Crosshairs
    ZeroFOX found that the number of fake social media profiles created for fraudulent purposes increased 1,100% from 2014 to 2016.
  • A Handy Guide To Topics To Avoid On Social Media
    As a service to influencers everywhere, this blog post will give a quick overview of topics you probably shouldn't joke about - as well as some you can!
  • Trump's Security Talk With Abe Documented On Facebook
    Donald Trump is coming in for a fresh round of criticism for discussing high-stakes global security issues with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in a public place.
  • China Loosens Social Media Censorship To Uncover Dissent
    The Chinese government has been loosening its grip on social media censorship, in part to better track dissent and nip potential protest movements in the bud.
  • NBA Bans Social Media Trash Talk
    The NBA is looking to curb "Twitter wars" between players by reining in teams' social media accounts.
  • Social Media Phishing Soars, New Trend Is Fake Customer Service
    Proofpoint's "Threat Summary and Year in Review" report shows that the number of "phishing" attacks on social media sites increased 500% from 2015 to 2016.
  • DHS May Require Social Media Passwords From Some Travelers
    The Department of Homeland Security is considering a rule to require individuals from the seven countries affected by the administration's recent travel moratorium to hand over social-media passwords.
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